FedRAMP makes a big move

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The homepage for the Federal Risk Authorization and Management Program has been given a whole new look and address as of Feb. 28.

The program’s website can now be found at cloud.cio.gov/fedramp, according to a release from the General Services Administration.

The new website has been integrated into the larger cloud.cio.gov, billed as a one-stop source for federal cloud computing.

The site has a new design and the content has been changed to be more user friendly.

“We’ve cleaned up the content and organized it in a more customer-friendly way,” the release said. “We’ve doubled down on our effort to organize content into our major audience categories: agencies, cloud service providers and third-party assessors.”

FedRAMP’s new site will have a reference page that links to all of the templates and key documents. It also has pages for a list of FedRAMP-compliant cloud systems and those systems in the process of Joint Authorization Board authorization.

The new website is more shareable as well. A forum application allows users to share insight and ask questions of others involved in the FedRAMP community. It is also fully integrated with email, Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites.

The old website, www.FedRAMP.gov, will now automatically redirect to the new site.

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